June 2016 Following the result of the EU referendum, the third sector European team (3-SET) hosted a webinar 'Implications for the Voluntary Sector in Wales'. It was an interactive session which summarised some of the key outcomes to date and focused on the recent changes in both UK and Welsh politics, the social implications and funding landscape. During the webinar, there was a Q&A session for which viewers were invited to submit their questions and concerns. The questions asked have formed the base of an ever evolving FAQ section which can be seen below. The webinar was the first step in what will be an ongoing dialogue with the sector as we move through the coming months and years. To view the webinar and listen to the topics and questions discussed, please click the link below.

https://wcva.adobeconnect.com/_a1155017186/p3p039gpph3/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normal

EU webinar screenshot

European Union (Withdrawal Bill) Amendments

Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) and the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) are requesting that Welsh and Scottish MPs give their backing to the cross-party tabling of amendments from the Welsh and Scottish Governments'.

Download the briefing - European Union (Withdrawal Bill) Amendments - A Welsh and Scottish Third Sector Response.

April 2016  WCVA has published a briefing paper, which sets out:

June 2016 We have published a briefing paper on the EU referendum result and its implications for the third sector in Wales.

In it, we look at the key role the sector plays in bringing the sector together and ask for 'urgent assurance' that groups receiving EU funding will not be affected in the short term, and state the importance of the sector's voice in shaping new relationships and priorities following the referendum.

You can read the full briefing paper here

We will keep you updated on further developments for the sector around leaving the European Union.
 

Civil society EU Referendum position papers
 

EU referendum and the environment

National Farmer's Union - Impact assessment ahead of EU Referendum vote

Are you wondering what the EU means for students?

British Bees and Bugs Better Off in EU

Brexit: What would be the environmental implications? 

The implications of the EU referendum for our environment and wildlife

NCVO discussion paper explores implications of EU membership for charities